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I "A-jrrr tork " fiodtixo fob xue lions "covuBttaiAZ," IoCeaasaertlal AdTtrlticr" kara It llteir I. Itaavtn "The Commercial," Although Tat Isa'l IU "same, and 8a Keb.ty Flee tan Via tha Bubal. ntlva as n Nenap.siec Tlllr. The motion of tlio Commercial Adrertiser for an order to make porrnnnent n tcinporarT In junction roitralnlnetbo Xtxo York Commercial, a new financial nnd commercial daily, from utlne the namo "Commercial" In Its title was argued before Justlco Daly of the Supreme Court yesterday. Otvlne to tbo Issuo of a tem porary injunction by Justlco Smyth last Friday the drat tiro numbers of tbo papor had come out under tho tltloof tbo "New York ." Thoneir paper Is published by I). O. Harnes& Co., the bead of which firm I). O. Ilayncs, for a ! number of years tho publisher of the Shipptnp and Commercial List and Xeic York Price Cur rent, was in court with a mass of fcflldavlta and U other newspapers which uso tho word "Com- 7 mcrclal" In their tillo. In defenco of tho right to J tho name of his now paper. I The position of lawyer William Williams, f appearing for tbo plain tiff, was In the main that J tbo Commercial Adrcrtitcr is known moro com- . monly as tbo Commercial, and that tho Court I should enjoin tho uso not only of Us right name but of the namo It has recolrcd In common par lance. He said that If the word "commercial" was used by tbo defendant as an adjective, in stead of as a noun he would have no cause for complaint. For Instance, ho said that tho paper could bn called "tho Commercial List" or " Commercial" anything else, as tho word used as an ndjectiro would bo merely descriptive. 1 but that in effect to uso tho word as a noun was 1 to use the namo of plaintiff's paper, lis prc- 1 edited the affidavits of a number of news- I boys and newsmen to the effect that the 1 Commercial Adrertiser is commonly called H by them nnd tbclr customers tbo Com- H tnercial. Ho referred to a number I of cases which bo said bore out his contention. One of these referred to an Injunction which IV the Irving House got against the use of tho I name "Irving Hotel," In which there was evi dence that the plaintiff's hotel was commonly known both as Irving Housoand as Irving Ho tel. Another case was whero tho Xational Police Gazette got on injunction ngalnst tho use of tbo namo United Slates Police Gazette. but counsel for ttie detence explalnod that the heading of those two papers woro similar, their field similar, and tho defendant's paper was sometimes folded so that only tho words "Po lice Qazclto " could bo read in tho heading. A. II. JIasten. attorney for the defendants, stated that each caso must stand on Us own facts In such a matter, and be would therefore not go at length into precedents in tradesmark cases. He showed copies of tho new paper and the Commercial Adrcrtitcr to the Court and In dicated that tho heading was so different that the public could not bo mistaken. The new pa per has Its beading printed In large, plain let ters, ond the Commercial Adrertiser is printed in old Knclish type. Kven if it were admitted that somo persons call the Commercial Adrer tiser tho Commercial, still there should be no Injunction based on their alteration of tbo real name. For Instance, be said that they might present aflldatits showing that tho Sew l'ork Law Journal Is known around tho courts as the Journal and on tho same plea they might seek to enjoin Mr. Hearst from calling his paper tho Journal, Ho said that it Is commonly known that the Commercial Adrertiser has so small a circulation that there could lie no suggestion that tho now paper was D after any of Us patrons. Uosldcs, bo urged that H Mr. Haynea bus used tho word "commercial" in the headlines of his old paper quito as long ns IB the Commercial Adrertiser has used tho word in its headline. Tho new paper Is a five-cent H paper and the Commercial Adrertiser sells for two cents, so people could not be mistaken In H the price. Mr. Masten urged that the plaintiff could P have no property right in the word "rommcr- II cial," for ho said that In Trow's last city dircc- a tory there are forty-three corporations thntuso I the word In their names. Ho also showed tho I Court a number of otbcrpcriodicals t hat have tho " word commercial In their heading, among them: Commercial Reporter, Commercial Inquirer, nnd Commercial World, Ho suld that there were three editions of the Adrertiser, the morning, Sunday, and the afternoon, tho last named being designated "Commercial" to distinguish it from the other Arirer tisere. He quoted from editorials of these papers In whloh It was stated, for instance, " the B Adrertiser semis greetings," showing that the 1 editors of tha paper do not call it the Commer- (I B cial. but tho Adrertiser. Ho also made tho n point that there was nothlnc to show that tho Commercial Adrertiser had been Injured or wns H likely to be Injured by tho new namo of Mr. 1 Haynes'n paper. In reply lawyer Williams contended that tbo J i position of his moviugflldavlts that bis paper 1 Is commonly known as the Commercial has not I lieen refuted in tbo defendant'a affidavits, and I 1 that the injunction should stand on that proof. I I The Court reserved decision. ! ACCUSED OF JSEIXQ A FAOIX. Three Deis Bar That Pelger Indneed f bam to Steal and Beugat tbe Plunder Michael Pelgcr, a butcher, of 233 Wayne street, Jersey City, was arraigned in the First Criminal Court yesterday morning on a charge of receiving stolen goods. It is alleged that Pel ger has been encouraging a gang of small boys to steal, and that he bought their plunder from them. Joseph Flash's storo at 367 Grand street has been robbed repeatedly In tbo lastthreo months and bams, sides of bacon, smoked moats, and other provisions have been carried away. Flash decided that he would have to capture the thieves or give up business. Ho suspected a gang of small boys in the neighbor hood who seemed to bo unusually flush with money and watched them. On Monday he saw three of tbe boys making off with a elde of bacon and followed them. They went direct to Pclger's sto o and ono of !them went In with the bacon whllo the others remained outsldo. From tbo opposite side of the street Flash saw Pclgor negotiating with the boy. In a few minutes Pelgcr took the bacon and banded the boy somo money out of tbe drawer. Flash accosted theboy and learned that Pelgcr had given him ten cents for tho bacon. The hoy I wanted fifteen, but Pelger would not givo moro than ten. Tho boys told Flash that they and some other boys had been selling Pelger name, bacon, smoked meat, nnd other stun. Flash then interviewed Peleer. and he admitted that i he had been buying stuff from tbe boys. Pelgcr and three of tho lioys wrro nrrested. Crl Tbe boys are Joseph Walsh, 10 years old, of tl ) 33 Varick street; John Mclaughlin. 11 years ;ll old, of 20 Colrien streot, and Timothy Daly. 13 I years old. of 28 Canal street. They said that If Pelger told them to brine nil the stuff they could tfl and be would buy It, The prisoners will have II an examination to-day. STREET CAJl COUPAXT tTIXS. Iral.alry Sued Cbe tleir.polltan rraale far Causing Ills Arreat. Owing to lack of sufficient evidence, Judgo 11 Lacombe, la the United States Circuit Court, yesterday directed a Jury to bring In a verdict l for the defendant in tho suit of Kugcne I. Le- I tlnsky against the company owning tho Droad Bl way cable road, Mr, lczlusky asked for $20, ly 000 damages. About n year ago he boarded n Jt cable car r.t Spring street to go to bis borne, I I which Is at 45 Ea3t Twenty-second street. Ho l paid bis fare, and shortly afterwurd a block oc U curred on the road. He left tho car and walked if to tho switch at Houston street, above which cars were running regularly. I Ho got on one of them nnd was asked for his H faro by the conductor. Ho refused to again H pay It, explaining tho circumstances, nnd at Ninth street tho conductor called a polliTiimn and caused Mr, Ix-r.lnslty's arrest. Magistrate Crane discharged him In tha Jefferson -Market Police Court, and ho hrnu ht suit In tha 1'nltcd litotes Court for dumages for false urrest and Jlj malicious persecution. J n his directions to tho HI jury Judgn Uacomba said: If this were an action for negligence negll- crnco of the company in so arranging the de- tails of their business that their contract with the plaintiff was broken undoubtedly tbo Jury would be entitled to tako the case nnd nssess tbe damages, but this is not that case, and can It not bo helped out by presumption." M aMoesnl or Columbia Grammar School Perm an "i Auoelallon, 1 At a meeting of the alumni of Columbia Gram- m mar School, held on Monday night, called for tho purpose of forming an association, a com- 1 mltteo was appointed with power to draft a " (onstltutlon and submit it at a future date. J (Ulcers wern elected as follows: President. nnklln II. Morse, '111; Vice-Presidents, ltobert (oeller, H4. P. M. fapen. til. mid T. Ferdinand Vk ileo:v, 'HO: .Secretary, Walter II. Grace, '117; Assistunt rtecrotary, CJcoruu Y. iiaiichle, 'UU: Jrrisuror. hauls Hunncs. '8i. .. (no Prtalilont of the new association, Frank lin II. Morse, is alto a member of the Princeton l nlversltv Alumni Association, and will be re iiirinberti. as tbo famous quarter bicknf tbe Princeton 'varsity fool ball team of 181)1. Morso f"ftuated from Columbia Qrauiuiar ticbool In BOTH STEAT. A BOVSB. Bid It mn the laatallmant Plan sal Mads Boa fires with I be Proceeds at Clo. John Murphy of 431 West Fifty-fourth street, nnd Joseph Newman of 820 Tenth avenue, each 14 years old, wero arraigned in the West Fifty fourth Street Court yesterday on n charge of stealing nnd destroying u two-story framo house at 440 West Fifty-fourth street. The com plainant was John O'.S'cll, 70 years old, of 443 West Fifty-fourth street, who said that he had been appointed custodian of tho house. "This Is a vory stranga case," Magistrate Dueul Bald. "How could theso litllo boys steal a dwolllng bouso t They couldn't lift n hen house." "Well, they did It on tbo Installment plan, your Honor," tho complainant explained, "and there were about 100 more boys to help them. They aro all a pack of vand .K ond I havo Just got theso two for sample. They steal parts of that house every day nnd burn 11 up In a bonfire. Thoro won't bo n shingle left If you don't stop them, and what'll I do when tbo woman who owns lha house comes bark 1" Policeman Michaels of tho West Forty-sov-cnth street station, who had mndo tho arrests, said that he had found the prisoners struggling with hoavy soctlon of tho front stairs, which they wero trying to move into tho street, where more lioys were dancing about a bonllro made up of blazing fragments of doors and window frames. .... . . Tho bovs said that they had had permission to go Into tho house to find straw and rubbish for kindling purposes, and that they had Just moved the stairs a littlo to And the rubbish that was underneath. . .... " What shall I do with these boys I asked the Magistrate. . ... , "Just scare them n bit, your Honor, tho com plainant replied. "Mnko them know that boya who steal houses will rob banks when they grow up nnd bo sent to prison. I don't want them fined or sent away." ... Tho Maglstrato scolded the prlsonors and told thorn that tbey woro permanently enjoined from stealing nny more of the houso. Thoy did not know Just what that meant and began to crv. The policeman told thrm to go home and bo good, and they understood that better. POX.1CE3IAX "FIXED" X WIUfESST a tho Witness BaS Derrndant tbe Police. Bin's Brother Grand Jurj Invoked. Peter Cosgrove pleaded guilty In the General Sessions on Monday of assault and robbery, committed on Henry LawBon, a stabloman of 630 West 120th street, and James Ilyan, who was indicted with him on Lawson's complaint, was up for trial yesterday, lint Lawson on the witness stand yesterday testified that he could not identify Ryan as one of his assail ants. It was too dark, ho said, when tho rob bery was committed. Tho trial collapsed, Re corder Goff directing tho Jury to acquit Ilyan. Prosecutor Mclntyre told the Recorder that ho believed the witness Lawson had been "fixed." The Recorder called Lawson up and said: "I wont you to tell me who directed you to sav that you could not Identify Ilyan you Iden tified him at the police station aud told a differ ent story here. Remember, I want a truthful answer from you. W'lio told you to say that you could not Identify Ryant" "Ryan's brother told me," said Lawson. " ho Is he!" asked tno Recorder. "Ho Is n policeman attached to tho Wost 125th street station," answered Lawson. "Well, 1 want you to tell mo Just what he said to you," remarked Recorder Goff. "I was afraid ho might put me In a hole," said Lawson, "so I agreed not to identify his brother. He camo to the stablo where 1 was employed he was in uniform and talked to mo about tho caso. Ho said that I must not Iden tity his brother in court, and ho told me what to say on tbe witness stand, and I said It because ho was hero in court." "Mr. Mclntyre," said tho Recorder, "this is ono of tho boldest cases of intimidation that I ever knew of. Tho fact that tho chief malo factor Is a poltccmau makes the offence more aggravating. I now direct you to call tho attentlou of the Police Commissioners to tho case. A policeman In uniform browbeating and intimidating a witness In this courtroom Is more than I will stand for. I direct you tn bring tho matter before tho Grand Jury. I want you to tako this man Lawson before the Grand Jury and there let him tell his story." Tho policeman's name is Thomas Ryan. S3 HEX FIXED 9100 EACH. Eleeorder GofT Punishes Those Who Pall to Appear When aammoned for Jury Duty. Many of tho men who were summoned for jury duty In Part I. of the General Sessions failed to appear yesterday when their names were called by Clerk Hall. Several times dur ing the day Recorder Goff directed the Clerk to call tbe names of tho persons who had failed to answer at tbe morning roll call. Then the Recorder announced that ho would Impose a fine of $100 on each of the absent members of tbe jury panel. Tbo list of those who were lined Is as follows: Wesley Higelow, 45 West Thirty-third street; Freuerlck W. Acton. 82 West 132d street; Em met C. Gllson, Hotel Ketherland; John E. Franks, 153 Madison avenue; John Harden, 541 East 157th street; William Hccht.54 West Ninety-fourth street; Joseph J. Ettcnborougb, 173 East 111th street; Ernest Levy. 44 East Seventy-ninth street; Philip Ott. Jr.. 014 Sixth avenue; John Chattlcld, 10'J Kast Fifteonth street; Otto F. Gcmlscb, 254 West Eighty-fourth street; Charles A. Magce.2384 Seventh avenue; Frederick McCarthy. 1010 East 162d street; Thomas Walker. 300 West 117th Btreet; Drnnla Downey, (12 Kast 128th street; John Rest, 1003 East End avenue; Hugh Hill, 40 Kast Twenty-fifth street ; (Scorgo Oennerlch, 02 West 114th street; Daniel F.Tracy, fiti East Seventy sixth street; George Rotbstem,57 East Serunty sixth str.el; Michael A. Kill as. 80 Manhattan avenuo; Henry Sieers.SpuytcnDuyvll: William Shields, 327 West Thirty-sixth street; James Hhinmnn. 2 West luuth streot; llernard J. Dickey, 408 Central Park West; Jacob Strauss, fit West Sixty-uinth street; Charles Davis. 41) West Twelfth street, and Hugh Slevln, 320 Second avenue. ZED A UERUITa LIFE. Death or Dr. J. V. Green, Bald to Uava Dean at Ono Time a Hew York Physician. Eoo IlAnnon Citv. K. J., Jan. 4. Interest Is felt at Wading River, seven miles from this city, In tho death of Dr. J. W. Groen, who for three years had lived In an old one-story house. Ho lived alone for about two years. Then he took a young man to live with him. Yesterday morning when the young man arose he found tho doctor dead sitting in his armchair, wherein he was accustomed to take his night's rest. Death came suddenly, and tho exact causo is not yet known. When the Coroner and police arrived entrance to the bouse was refused them by the young man. Ha produced a will wherein Dr. Green bequeathed his property, said to be worth thou sands of dollars, and wherein also la expressed a desire that his body should bo viewed by no one after death and be interred by the young man beside the but, vihero he hud already dug a grHio. Finally entrance wns gained by forco into the hoel. The shanty stands In a dense ooit. After a closo torch drsplto tho oung man's protest, they found tracts of tho reputed wealth. Tncy also found In tho cellur u coffin which was luado by tho doctor for himself. Reside it lay a tombstone with n full Inscription except the tlute. Tho doctor toiled hard i.nily nnd teemed to bo struggling to mako a barn living. It has been learned thut tho doctor camo from New York city, uhoru Ins wife Ustlll living. and selected this lonely spot to live and dtu uione. Mrs. Green bus arrived at Wilding River, and, despito his last request, sho will have his boJy taken to New York, it Is said ho was atone time a phjslciuti in New York city. Tbs Wrnlber, Fair weather prevailed In all parts of tbs country yeaterday except for llsht snow In northern Mtchl Kan, due to a atorm trhlch was central In tbo upper lake aectlon and moving northeast. The tempera tue bad rl.cn In all the fmerlor of the country and In ISo Southern States, but It was still cold enouin In Florida fur heavy frost at Jacksonville and Jupiter. Tbecoldnasfeltln the Middle Atlantic and New England .Statra aud la Canada, ivnero It was 10 to 20 colder than on Mouday, At Nortbfleld, vt., It was 18 below tero, and at Albany 2 below. In this city tbs day was fair; lowest oQctal tern rraturo 11, blibrat S6i averags humidity 70 per cent. i wind easterly, averse velocity 14 miles an hour; barometer, corrected to read to sea level, at a a. u. so. ao. 3 p. u. so.io. Tbe thermometer at tho-Unltcd states Weather Bu reau registered thn temperature yesterday aa follows! 18U8. 1807. 1898. 1807. 9A.M II H' 8P.M 8 03 im su y bp.si ai tu 3P.M S5 OS 13 mid S 61 wisHi.iurox roMxisr ron wecjudat. For Maine, Sew Uaupsblre and Vermont, anorri warmer scatterly winds. l'or llaasacbusetta, Rhode Island and Connecticut, snow or rain; warmer; southeasterly winds. Fur tutlern Sew l'url-, oioir; rarwr; easterly winds. for eastern rennsylranla and Now Jersey, fair, succeeded by light snow la extreme northern por tions! probably wanntr; variable wlodx. CITY $150,000,000 RICHER. ItESVZT OF TUB MEIlCtTAXTa' AB- aociATiox'a woim, Over Penr Taeusaud Buyers Rronsat to New York the Pat Hlz Months Many of Them lad Mover Been Here Before A Hand, book or tha Tnwn, ta Coat (00,000. Tho first annual meeting of the Merchants' Association was held in tho parlors of tho Broad way Central Hotel yosterday afternoon, with President William F. King in tho chair. Somo interesting facts were brought out In tho several reports which were read, Tho Mer chants' Association was organized last June, nnd moved Into Its present quarters In tho Now York Mfo building on July 1, 181)7. It ob tained concessions from tbo railroads in tho summer, nnd sent out a largo number of circu lars showing the advantages of tho New York market. The total registration of buyers ot tho ofllco of tho association has been 4,128 In tho past six months. Mnny of them said that they had not cr been In New York beforo, and hnd had their attention called to its advantages by tho circulars of tho Mcrclinnls' Association, Tho increase In trndo resulting from this move ment is variously estimated by tho heads of largo firms at from ffSO.OOO.tHX) to 9iro,0OO,0O0. A handbook of Now York is now In prepara tion which, it i Intended, will surpnus any thing of. tho kind over attempted. Tho ex penso will bo nearly rfOO.OOO, nnd Iho associa tion li very anxious to enlarge its membership In order to carry out this nnd other plans to benctlt tho city. There nro at present 1,123 class A. or resident, members, representing as many different business llrms. Tho annual duoa nro $25. . . .. . ., President King in his report says Hint the association Intends to sntjort vigorously tho nnti-scalping bill now lcfnro Congress. 'Tho otllcers and director have long been of tho opinion that Iho scalping of railroad tickets was nn evil." ho said. "They bcllcvo that tbo practice of It la unjiiBt lo tho railroads. un just to tho trnvellor.ttnd Is pernicious in Us in fluence. Tho men who aro now nt tho head of tho Merchants' Association were active In se curing tho pnsago or the Antl-Scnlplng bill in the New York Stnto I,glslature.and sinco the bill hns become n law its workings havo continued them in the position which they took against the practico of scalping." Tho expenditures of the past six months have been about $52,000, Paid out for printing, olllro rent, nnd other nrccssary expenses. Tho offi cers receive no salary. It Is proposed to havo moro excursions for buyers next spring, ond continue tbo good work begun. HARRIED A 14-TEAlt'OLD OIRZ. ha nad Deen Turaod Out or Doara by Her Mother Brldearoom and Bride Let Do. Joseph Potuckek and his 14-year-old bride were arraigned In tho Yorkvlllo Court yester day on a summons obtained by Mrs. Mary Chromy of 513 East Seventieth street, tho mother of the bride, charging the prisoner with abducting i ho girl. Mrs. Chromy wont to the Yorkvllle Court on Monday, and told Magistrate Pool that Po tuckek had been paying attentions to her daugh ter, Annie, for somo tlmo, contrary to her wishes. Sho forbade her daughter to have any thing to do with tho young man, and ordered him not to visit tho bouso again. Last Thurs day, sho continued, her daughter disappeared, and tho next day, on searching for ber, sho learned that Annie and Potuckek had been married and gone to housekeeping. A sum mons was given to her, and in rcsponso to it tho recently wedded couplo appeared yester day. Potuckek said ho was a varnisher, 24 years old, nnd had known tho girl ho had married for several years. He had been engaged to bo mar riertlto her for three months. They had not in tended to get married so soon, but tho event was hastened by tbe fnct that Inst Thursday Mrs. Chromy, after scolding ber daughter for continuing to meet her lover, despite tier com mands to tho contrary, turned, her out of tbo house. "1 went nnd told Joe that mamma put mo out," said tho young bride, taking up the story, "and ho said the best thing wo could do was to go and get married. Joe loves me and I lovo lm. Ho was always good to me, so I was glad my mamma did put me out, for that was the cause of tho wedding." The husband said they had been married by a clergyman at First avenue and Seventy-seventh street. "How old did you tell the minister you werel" asked Magistrate Pool. "I said J was 17 years," the bride replied. "Tbo minister should know bo was violating the law in marrying so young a girl without the consent of parents or guardian," commented the Magistrate. "How old aro you!" he continued. "I was 14 years old last July," sho replied. "You ore rather young to understand the gravo responsibilities of tho Ufo you havo en tered upon, but 1 trust both of you will retain your senso of duty nnd affection for each other nfter your youth has passed." Potuckek said he and his brido had started housekeeping at 431 East Seventy-fourth street. Mrs. Cnroinv did n it appear in court to press the complaint, and the Magistrate said he would dismiss the cuse. He told the husband that It his mother-in-law went around to nnnoy him, to tell her to call at tho court and he would advise her to let tbo couple livo undisturbed. They then left tho court, looking very happy. HRS. JEXXIE M. STAKE ARRESTED. Called at Uor Fatbar-ln-Law'a Hause and In stated on aeelaa Uer Husband. Mrs. Jennie M. Stako, who is separated from her husband, Emtio Stako, a son of William Stake, an lnsuranco broker, of St. Paul's ave nue, Stanlcton, S. I wns arrested late on Mon day night on a charge of creating a disturbance. She rang tho doorbell of the elder Mr. Stake's houso nnd when tho door was opened she pushed ber way past tho servant and Into tbo hall. There she demanded to be allowed to see her husband. Tbe elder Mr. Stake ordered her from tho bouse. She refused to leave until sho saw her husband and defied them to eject her. Word was sent to Pollen Headquarters and tbo woman was arrested on a warrant Issued by Police Justice Charles Walters, Jr. When sho was arraigned in court sho demanded that she be locked up over night. The Justlco ordered that this should be done. Yesterday morning in court she was flnod $5, which the Stake family paid. Mrs. Stake than took a train for New York. She said her hus band paid ber iiOO per month alimony, but that she was prevented from living with bim be cause of his father's tnflucnco over him. Mrs. Stako lives at 340 West 112d street. JIMIS. irUITE'S DIA3IOXDS OOXE, A Chamois Bac CoalalnlBtr Dl.OOO Worth or Jewelrx Dleapoeared on a Train. Mrs, J. M. White of 233 Park place, Brooklyn, Is looking for $1,000 worth of Jewelry, which she says sho lost in coming from Rochester to Now York last Saturday morning. She had been visiting for a few days at Rochester, and at 0 A. M. Saturday went to the station to tak? n train for t Is city. In her hand she carried a chamois joncl bag, which contained u crescent with fourteen large dlamonils, a ring with three diamonds, u inarqiiiHn with tnenty-two dia monds, nnd n small i-olltnirc ring. Soon ufter boarding the train Mrs. Wblto discovered that Hie bug was missing. She thinks sho dropped It In the station at Roch ester. (In arriving in Now York sho immedi ately notified the railway company nnd tho Rochester police. Mrs. Wlilto lias olTercd a rewind for tho return ot tho Jewels nnd has put the caso In tho hands of private detectives. .Mrs. Wlilto is the widow of J. M. White, a member of the New York Cotton Exchange, who died three years nco. He was owtior of the Criterion Theatre in Brooklyn at the tliuo of his death. AK'REsfxD A. FIBE COMXiaaiOltBH. Case Was Cfirrled by His tatlon-Wanldn'l Pay Ratrn Hare Jury Awards Him 0,000. A suit of Firo Commissioner John J. Cone ot Jersey City against tho Central Railroad Com pany of Now Jersey, to recover $10,000 dam ages for falso Imprisonment, was tried beforo Supremo Court Justlco l.lpplncott nnd n jury in Jersey City yesterday ntternoon. On April 12 last Commissioner Cone wont to IhoCommuni paw station, tho nearest to his home, nnd bought nn excursion ticket to ElUabothport, On his return ifo asked an craptoyco of tho rail road company nt tho Ellzabothport station if thonoxt train stopped nt Communipaw. The man told him it did. CommlstloncrCono boarded tho train, and when tho conductor came around ho li mtlcd up tho return half of his ticket. Tho conductor told him that tho train was an oxpress which did not stop at Communipaw. but went through to tho ferry, and ho would havo to pty 8 cents, tho faro between the Com munipaw station and tho ferry. Tho Commis sioner refused to pay on tho ground that nn cmploycoof tho company had assured him that the train did stop at Communipaw. Ho pro posed, ho said, to bo let off at that station or bo taken to tho ferry without extra chirgc. When tho train reached the ferry the conduc tor called Pollccmnn Abcrnrthy and had Com missioner Cono nrrested. Ho dcclnres that ho was roughly hnndled. Tho policeman took him across tho Gap and up to tho Gregory street pollco station. Tho Sergeant nt tho desk did not know the Commissioner, and he would havo been put In ncell out for the arrival ot a friend who disclosed tho Commissioner's Identity. V hen hu was nrralgnod in the police court the next morning tho magistrate discharged him. Thvdofence was tlmt the conductor was sim ply obeying orders, and thnl it man who trav elled ns much ob tho plaintiff ought tnknow cnmiGli lo get on tho right train, Lawyer Holmes, who represented tbo company. In timated that tho Commissioner boarded tho wrong train for tho purpovo of mnklng a caso against the company. Tho Jury awarded tbo plaintiff $5,000. The verdict will be appealed. Allan I McDennott represented Mr. Cone. SAVED A DOLTSSCR ADZE FR03I FIRE. Iteseuer Apparently Thought a Child TVoa In It A Lot of Jewels Lost. At 10:15 o'clock yesterday morning fire start ed in tho rooms of Dr. William Owen, on the ground floor of the ilvc-story flat houso at 57 West 117th street. Mrs. Owcn.on coming out of tho kitchen, whero Bho had been giving somo Instructions to tbe cook, discovered tho fire, and, grabbing up a pet spaniel named Daisy, ran next door to 60, where her friend Mrs. Rosalind Strong lives. " My rooms nre nil aOrc," Bho said to Mrs. Strong, and the two women ran Into the street calling for help. Mrs. Strong asked Mts, Owen whore her daughter Carrlo was. Mrs. Owen said tho girl was at school. A man in tho crowd that hnd flocked to the sccno did not wait to hear tho answer, and, rushing into tho houso. grabbed up a doll's cradle whkh stood under n Christmas tree, and ran out with it and thrust it toward Mrs. Owen with tho air of a hero. Mrs. Owen, on Boeing tho doll, said, "You'ro a fool." Tho man ran away without giving bis name. Ho carried the doll with him. Neighbors put tho firo out by throwing tho burning wardrobo. In which it had start ed, into tho street. Tbo wardrobe contained a quantity of clothing, two diamond rings. n pearl breastnin, and a pair of diamond onrrings. Tho Jewels woro thrown out with the other goods, and when, the Ire was ex tinguished tho breastpin was allot tho jewels that could be found. Tbe firemen were not called. Dr. Owen's instruments wero injured by tho heat, nnd, with the loss of the jewels, brings the damage up to $750. Tho police aro trying to find the missing jewelry. HAD TITO OR THREE UVSBAXDS. Bnyder Saje Ilia IT I re Admitted Iter Marriage to fllnaelman and Also to Jaebaon. The marriage which Peter Snyder, a silver smith, of 53 Alnsllo street, Williamsburg, con tracted nearly thrco years ago with Louisa J. Allman, the wlfo of Amos J. Slngclman, who lives at 407 East Sixteenth street, this city, cul minated yesterday in tho arrest of Snyder. He was arraigned in tho Leo Avonuo Pollco Court In Williamsburg, whero Slngclman accused him of n violation of tho Penal Codo which makes it a felony to knowingly enter Into a marriage with a person already married. Slngclman, in an affidavit, nllcgcd that ho was married to tho woman, who bad been his housekeeper, by the Rev. Francis J. Schneider of this city on "April 1. 1891. They hcparated soon after. Slngclman discovered later that his wlfo was married to Snyder by the Rev. W. J. Ives on April 14, 1805. Slngclman instituted a suit against Snyder for $5,000 damages for tho alicr.atloii of bis wife's affections, and on Mon day he went to tho Leo Avenue Police Court ond began a criminal proceeding against Snyder and tbo woman. Mrs. Slngclman learned of tho proceed Ines and sho disappeared. Snyder was arrested yester doy morning, nnd when ho wns arraigned ho denied knowing that tho woman was Slngel man's wife when ho married her. Justice Krnmcr held him in $1,000 ball for a bearing. Snyder said afterward that when he discov ered that his wifo was married to Singolman ho questioned her. mil she admitted that not only wns sho married to Slngclman, but before tho marriage to him she was the wlfo of a man named Jackson. rnosEcvroR wixfiezd's nsAzin. Ills Condition frlllrnl. but Mot Uopelns Co in? to Bermuda. A rumor was circulated at the Court Houso In Jersey City yesterday that Prosecutor Charles H. Winllcld wns dying at his home, at Garfield ! and Danforth avenues, and that his physician . had abandoned all hopo of bis recovery. Dr. I Dickinson. hi9 physician,, denies tho rumor, and sarslbatMr. WinUclds condition, whllo criti cal Is not liopele3. Dr. Jnucwuy of this city held a consultation with Dr. Dickinson on Monday afternoon, and they decided that n trip to somo Southern cli mate would certainly prolong his life if not re store him tn health. Mr, Wlnfleld will probably go to Bermuda as soon as bo is strong enough to undortako the Journey. uurt Calendars This Day. Appellate T)ii slnu Supremo Court Jfoa. St, IS, 26, 37, st, a", i". :w. :tn. 3. :ip, o, ii, is. a. hupremi-Cntirt special Term Part I. Motion cal endar collnl at 10:30 A.M. part II Court opens at 1(1:311 A. M -Kv parto matters. Part III. Clear. I IMrurces. No SSJI. D1SM. 5HH.1. 5H70, SU77. SUSS, I riUSP, (10111, AKI7, 1S10, SIIHS, BUSH, auu2.D9o,5"l7. 670. 5701), :.St. Part IV.-Case unfinished. Law and faet. No.. 5024. Sil7. OSM. 01 SB. 5711. 5077, 575.1, 3(145, 1 U5U,:lU IV, 0(171, 5S2K.SD8S, 5041, 3800, 5nOU, 5U 111. 5411. 5740. 3bK2, U00, t00, 5040, 5.07, 4M:m, 5s I li, ft-'., 3H'.'3. nKSR. 585B. SKIIS. 5H7B, 58 Jit, 3U05, 5U07, 3034,5940,6003.5243,5015,5214. Part V.-t'an" unfinished. C'aaea from Part IV. Part VI, Adjourned until Monday, Jan. 17. Part VII. Clear. Klemtrd railroad cases. Trial Terra Part II. Clear. Preferred causes Nos. 1 4031, 14102, r.'4Sr, 1H7H4, MOlltl. 14363, 1405". 13sH.1. 134IS, 143UII. i:il.'7, 143UU, 143UH, 1441(1, 14011,), 14301, i:ill.17, lilHIP, 14333, 14304, 14407, 14360, 138U1, 111.13. lOiiid. Part III. fase unfinished. Nos. 7090, SSr.U, 7fU'l. 7121. 4H34, 838s, S!10H, S10U,(1U73, 7412. HIIII,M7. ! I" (1854, 6HH4. Ill Pit, HMD, 71 HP, 3713. 77K2. 7UIN.HI37.73I4. Part IV. Clear. Cursfrora Part HI. Par V.-CjBoiinniilihed. Cases from Part III. Part VI fate uunnuiieil. ( art from Part 111. Part VII Clenr. Not. 7hll0. 73.15. 7S1, 7841. 7H7U, 7070, 7fUW,7,l7. 7H4H, fUSO. hO'U.HOfl.l.NllD.bXSt, 4391, 48H1. fiSM, 7535. 75.S7. 7731. t3'J0. 7210, 1010. 7086. 0026, 1503. Part VIII. Case unnnltbed. Costs from 1'jr VII, Part IX. Case unfinished, rases : from Part VII. Part X Case unflnlilied. Catea fn-m Part VII. Part Xl.-Oear. Catet frum Part VII. Part XII ('(( unfinished. Caws from Part It. HurrKate' Court Cliamliera So. 1300. will of Joseph Ittehanlsuii, at Huso A. M.i No. 1SS01. will of Joseph Hlilmrdioii, at 10:30 A, M. l'or probate WI1U if Juliu V. fri.iir, !.ouls llulfnianii. Amelia Cod'lln,-.tiin. Appolloula Frclhnul, t 10:30 A. 51.; Krerterlek Clague. at 1 1 A. M. Trial Term No. 1SI3, ulll of Mcr.r JlcArthur. at 10:50 A. !. !!( uurt special Term-Court openaat 10 A.M. Motion at in:30 a. 11. Trial Term-Part IV.-Caao unllnlled. Khnrt rausea Not. 3930, 40K2, 4001, iliirt.1. 4054,4013, 3(141. 3837, 4100. rarta I, II., and Ill.-Adjourufd tine die. (Sota Sust. colli fiust. sseMesoseebstMM9ciei9 i Xhe Womaaii Wlko Uses Washing Powder gj! Of (HjNfe jj I finishes her work as 1 yS ! I fresh and bright L&$mSw. her house is clean. jll UM I i O Largest packuge greatest economy. L5nS$ pot?" ' ' ' ? The N. K. Fairbank Company, -0 j WA il In fl P A Wll RP ! X ChicaRO. St. Louis, New York. SJfl WOJllllil rUMUUI; j j g Boston. Philadelphia. x. y 'i i vai jVl I l.l"" ' V ' ,, , PfffVO A WOMAN'S BODY. v-lv "V ' Wlmt It Neglect IjoiuIb To. Mrc. bbbbBK hJ) XVtaTaaiH Clins. Kliifj'a i:pcrlcncc. jHj. nH A woman's body Is t lie repository of tho j9a !1tM?oBjb8 most dcllcnto iiicclinnlsm In the whole! jftoiaiBaHT' lWaBaiB lvaltn ot creation, nnd yet nioNt, women aaaBBIMp' xpMiBBaVJa will let It get out of order nnd keep out of i'tyft order, Just as If It weru of no conncqucnco. ', Their back ache nnd licadx throb nnd 'ill hum; they havo wnndcrltitr pains, now here and now I ' there. Thoy experience extreme lassitude, that don't- I 1 caro nnd walit-to-bc-left-alono feeling, cscltahillty, 1 Irritability, nervousness, slecplcsincsM, and tho blues, V I yet they will go about Ihelr work ttnt II they can scarcely ' I I stand on their poor swollen feet, and do nothing to help themselves. These nro lite positive forerunners of serious womb complication-, and unlciw given Immcdlntc attention vlll result in untold misery, If not death. Lydla K. I'lnkhnm's Vegetable Compound will, beyond the question of n doubt, relievo all this troublo before it becomes serious, and it has enred many after their troubles had become chronic. The Compound should he taken Immediately upon the appenranco of any of these symptoms abovo enumerated. It is a vcgctnblo tonic which invigorates and stimulates tho entiro female organism, and will produce tho same bcneilclal results In thocaseot any Blck womau as It did with Mrs. Ciias. Kino, 1815 Itosewood St., Philadelphia, Pa., whoso letter we attach : "I write these few lino, thanking you for restoring my health. For twelve years I Buffered with pains Impossible to describe. I hnd hcnrlug-ilown feelings, bncknche, burning sensation in my stomach, chills, headache, and always had black specks beforo my eyes. 1 was afrnld to stay alono, for I sometimes had four and live fainting spells a day. I had several doctors and tried many patent medicines. Two years ago I was so bad that I had to go to bed and havo a trained nurse. Through her I commenced to tako Lydla K. Plnkhmii's Vegetable Compound, aud I never had anything givo me tho1 relief thnt it has. I havo taken eight bottles, and am now enjoying tho best of health again. I can truthfully f-ay It has cured me." 310VXT VEllSOX'S V.EAZ ESTATE The Assessors I'lace It nt S31.00,S0S on a roll Vntuiitlon. Mount Vwinox. K. Y Jan. !. Tho Common Council received to-nluUt from tlio Assessors the llnal rovlslon of tho tax roll of tho city. Tho valuation ot real estate Is $!.1,IU0,&3. nnd of personal property $l,liC0.nf.3, maUine a total of $23,151,101. nearly SJU.0OO.0lK) more than any previous) valuation on tlien:uii3 property, mo Increase is duo to the m-tlonof thy Assessors, who. folloivlnir tho Instructions ot Supremo Court Justlco Martin .1. Keoch, placed nil prop erty on the rolls as nearly us possible at Its lull value. Stiravh gv.flmU-Jcmciit.s jUJKs - -cjJjv; Handsomest Display OF Furniture in America. This is no idle boast; The " Furniture Kings and Princes" say it. For variety of style, magnitude of assortment and modesty of price, we lead even ; the New York stores ! From our , realm of royal furniture richness we have evolved these bargains for immediate acceptance. Please compare them in the minutest j detail with those advertised by metropolitan and " Say-anything Stores" : 'BIBB itiifiiir''''-- iin IT JaffijVa' Tim ri'aiaal Just 100 of these five-drawer Antique Chiffoniers, regular S5.00, this sale 82.75. Otheis at gI.lS to $7. OS, that were $9-50 to $11.00. -paa.uua;rjyivv.sta jL-r smL Jab Kjta 2 AttSZtatti 'dat-fi-saiC Solid Oak, Round End China Closets, regular S14.50 to $42.00, this sale 81.c to $9.90. Antique Oak Finished Extension Ta ble, 6 feet, strong and serviceable, sells for S6.50, this sale 8-1.75. An 8-foot Oak Extension Table, extra heavy, reg. SU.OO, this sale 87. 8. I An 8-foot Oak Extension Table, ' carved claw feet, reg. $2-1.00, this sale 817. fiO. A three-piece Antique Oak Finished Bedroom Suit, regular price SiS.oo, this sale 8 1 .. Horn. t.ouds Drllvrrril free at any rnllrn.i statlaa la .eiv Jrrsry. Ka ritra chnrce fur Bacillus. HAHHE & GO.. NEWARK, N. J. j .i VICTORY PUR U'OODIIAVEX. The Electrte Itil road Incline lo ne llemeved na a Tiulnanre. Justice Maddux ot tlio Supremo Court in Brooklyn has decided in favor of tho residenta of Wooilliavcn, who brought a suit to havo tho incline of tholvoni; Island Electric Ilnilroad at tho terminus of tho Kings County Elevated Hull road nt Liberty avenue removed as a nuisance. Tho iurllno extends from tro station of tho clo vnloil roan several hundred feet before reaching the crotind. Orran icamtrs. AMERICAN LINE NEW YOHK-SOl'TllAMIru!C-Lilulon Paris). Sailing erry Wednesday at lu A. M. ST. LOUIS Jou. 5,KT. LOUIS Jan. 86 SEW YOIIK Jan. lU'NF.W VOHK Fb. 2 PARIS Jan. IH PAHIS Feb. 0 RED STAR LINE TO ANTWERP. Sailing iery Wednesday. West'nland....!an. ft. nnnn llertln Jan. in. noon Southward. .Jan. lz, noon nonllanl...Jan US, noon ISTKttNATIOKAL NAVIGATION COMPANY. Iters Hand 15. North Kier. OfMee, nuowllnndreen CU.VAKD LINE TO LI VEUPOOI..VI A QUEENSTOW.N From Pier to, N. II . foot of c arhson t. Auranla....Jan. K. 1 P. 51. . Kerrla Jan. v!'J, 1 P. M. t'mlirla J.in.I0.10:3nA.M. Camiian.a.Jan.UU, II A.M. VEHSOXH.HHOVNCO..Utn.AK,l.4 Bowling (Ireeil. j HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. TWIN-SCREW EXPRESS from New York to Plym outh (London). Cherbourg. Paris, and IlRmburg. I'.ni.marvk.tVb ZO.H A.M. I Normaniila.Mvb.4.W A.M. TWIN-SCREW HA1LSEKV1CR.N.Y. llamhursi direct Prussia Jan. H. A. SI. I Palria.I n. 10. 10:30 A.M. First cab., ano up; sscondcla's, S40: steerage. t34. llambiirg.AiiirrlrnN Urn. 117 llrondway. RIAiXE KTIHABSBlil CO., 411 RAP BXCIIRXID.V. BO.OO in Portland, vre., nnd netnrn. Steamships John Knells and Manhattan leave. Pier .10. East Hirer, foot ot Market at.. Tuesdays. Thurs days, and Ratutitsya at ft P M. steamer fitted n !th erer7 modern Improvement for comfort and con venience of tourists. Offices. 273 Broadway and 222 South st. II. liALL. General Agent. VTOBTn OFRMAK LLOYD STFAMBIIIP CO. 1 SHORT ROUTE TO LONDON AND CONTINENT. FAST EXPRESS STEAMERS. Trave.Tu..Jait. II. !l A.M. Havel, Tu., Fob. 8. 0 A. M. Latin. Tu..J n.'JS.UA.U Latin Feb. 22. 0 A. M. OELUICHS CO., 2 Bowling Oreen. OLD IIOMI.VICIS LI VIC U.tll.Y TO XOItfOLK. For Old Point Comfort, Norfolk. Newport Newa, Petersburg. Portsmouth. Plnner'a Point, Richmond, Virginia Bacu, Va.. and Washington. D. O. Fr-lsht and Passenger steamers salt from Pier 2(1. North River, every week dsr, except Saturday, at 3 P. 51., and batunlav at 4 P. M. W. L. oril.I.AUDEU. Ylce-rrcs't and Traffic Mgr. WHITE STAR LINE. NEW YOUK-yUEENSTDWN I.IVERI OOL. Oermanlo....Jan. D, noon Hrltannlc....Jao. 10. noon Teutonic... Jan. 12. noon I Majestic Jan. 26. noon For passage, fre ght and cenrral Information ap- flyto 1VIIIIE UTAH I.I.VK, 1er 43, North River. Office, u Broadway, New York. Stiampoats. BOSTONAN L?ViTENGLAr VIA SOUND LINES. STOKISCTO .!:. via Stonlngton. Leave Pltr nn, N. R.. one block aliove Canal St.. week days only, at n P.M. steamers Maine and New Hampshire. MllIISK'll I.I.VK, via New London. Leav- Pier 40 (old No.). N, H., next Desbroesesst,. weekdaya only, at 0 P. M. Mcarneis city of Lowell and City of Lawrence. r.ai.l. I urn l.ivr. via Newport ond Fall River. Lpave Pier id. N. II., foot of Warren si., weekdays only, al 3:00 P. M. steamers PLYMOUTH and PILGRIM. Orchestra on each. WAV IIAVR.V Fare. $1; EXCURSION, (1.30. Fast steamer leaves Pier 23, E. 1'.., dally (Sundays ex cepted) 0 P.M. Returning leuea New Haven 12:30 night. "OAMSDELL LINE.-Steamera leave Pier 24, N. R., J foot Franklin St.. for Cranston's. West Point, Cold Spring, Cornwall. Flsbklll Landing, Newbnrg, week days 3 P. 51.; Suudaja B A. SI. LeBiigfi" Valley System. Stations foot of West 2nd St. (Penn. It. 1L), CortIan.lt or Ipbroe St, Indicates time from West 2!ld St. other figures show tlmo from Cortlnndt or Desbrcses St. Oil (). Uiio A.M. dully (Sunduv iljt.l. 7 A.M.) for IIAt'CII CHUNK aud Intermediate stations. tlSII, NllS A. 11. dally for WlLKESUARRl!, SCRANTON (wiek days). ELMIRA (neck daya), ITHACA. GENEVA. llOCIIEnThll, BUFFALO. NI. AUAItA FALLS, and the West and principal local Itoluts; dining car and chair car to Buffalo. 1 1 iSO. Itfioo noon dally, except Sunday. IlIj.YCK DIAMOND KXI'KKBS." Arrives Buffalo 0:33 P. M. Pullman Vestibule Day Coaches and Parlor Cars. Dining Car Service, M.als a la carte. Connects at Buffalo with through sleepers to Detroit aud Chicago. I'-trJO. Iitito P. 51. dally, except 6unday, for MAUCII CHUNK an ( Intermediate points. 3iSii. His P.M.. Sundays only, for EASTON, MAl'CII CHUNK, and tbe coal lirancbea. isVO, li4 P. M. dally, except flanday, for WlLKKsDAKHK. PITTSTON, MIIAMON. and prln rlpal Intermediate stations. Connects for all points In coal regions; chair car for Wllkcsiiarrr. man. Scio P. M. dally, rxrvpt Sunday, for WII.KhBBAHltE. PITTSTON, .SCRANTON. and prin cipal IntrrmtM.iitt.. stations. Connerts for all points in onul regions; Pullmau Buffet Parlor Car for Wllknbarri-. ilisti, li'.'O P. M. dally, except Sunday, for MAl'CII CHUNK und Intermediate stations. Chair carlo IMhTclient. I isa, nils P, M. dally for EASTON and Inter mediate tuth n. Hi.-,o, 7i(i( P. SI. dally for BUFFALO. NIAGARA FALLS, ami all 'lnts West. Pullman sleep-r vestl. tiulotralu N. Y. lo Chicago. Sleepers tu ButTaloand Toronto. Nun, NUKi P. s: dally, except Sunday, stopping only at SOUTH Pi AINrlELD, EASTON. BETHLE HEM, MAUCII CHUNK. L. t II. JUNCTION. SAYRF. GENEVA. r.OCIir.iTKR, BATAVIA. BUFFALO, und TORONTO. Pullman sleeper for BttlTalo, None but steeplngcar pa.iuigeis carried. NoliHggae tarried, NlSO, lllllO P. SI. dally for WII.KKSIIAItllE, ITHACA. GENEVA. IKMHKSTEIt. BUFFALO. NI AGARA FALLS, and nil points West, Pullmau sleeper to Iiiiai-a. Adititlnnnl toeal tralna daily, exerpl Sunday, for noi Mi HltriOK nnd Interuieul.ito l-olnls. leave ns follow -Jii. f:.o. Mi-V'i. Uiio. lu:8(i. Iic.yii (sundsYS out) A. SI.. V:,.'U. V:0. and il:Vll. 0:30 P SI. 'llckil and Pullman a'uiiiliiM latlon.al ll.'l, 201. 27:1. -IAS, Ml I. anil lilVII HniH'Inay, ill E.I4thst.. 1,'nl i:. l'.'.Mh st. 127 Hoer. N V.. mhi Fulton st., 4 Court st., '" B'i.y, nnd RhHiklru Annex, BrtMikliu, N S" Transfer Co. will call for ami cheek bagsae from hotel or rtsldmie tbrouKh todeatlnutlon. '" ERIE RAILROAD."" Tnrnujih trains leae New York, foot of Chamlra rt a- fullons, aud rise miniilrs tarller from West I'Mil -t (I.I II I ' ' Vestlbulril Expre-a dally for Bin:- l,.HJ ;ijrnlwi, Waterls. Eliulrj, purfalo. Bradford, nrr - BulTa o H P. M. Purler car to Iturfato. M.iMI I ' " Vtstliiulwl lliiillid-Fatt mall dally. ,Ji ht lid train for Chicago, arrites Cletelaut .1' A SI . Chlrag) .r P M heierstu CMrago, il. land and Clm'.iinatl. Ibnlnr in 7 '-JM ' " nilffslii Bliil I'lniUml Ve.tlbule.l 1 Expre.adall), nrrlM-. ai nnlii ,:ii'. A SI, lira .lord 7:17 A !.. Jjliietlimu : "II A. SI . clove. land lv:. 10 p. i. tsievu-r lo lluitnl" nnd Cleveland . i uiak l direct ciuiiircllou for I" Ir ll, Chl.'ao, anil li W.-st. Cafo I Ibrar) Cor I4,J.T I. .11. solid train i"' liiuo. Meeer to . tJ llornelUi Hie. t'hicag" mil Cincinnati. Din 'I'lCKKTR. LOCAL TISIE l'll:l-. AND PULLMAN 1 AUC0M.M0HA no.Se, nt 111 I III, 2(11. 4ii. and l-f.7 Broadway, 127 llonery. I '" '! 123th t . ai.d 01 Vest IstrilusUCIiaiiib-mnnil West 28.1 al. ferrlr. New York: aaa aud 7 2d 1'idiou st , IUttBroiUwa, llrooklyai 200 Hudson st..HutwKen, and Jersey City stailon. Wastcolt's Ezpreu calls for and check bag es (rem bottll and nsldssce to atittutloa. I'tahaMK'Tii 'las' 'niailiaiiiis' - ' ' ' " ' - m "AMBRIOA'O QRBATH8T NKILnUAD. ' NEW YORK li Antral M THE FOUR-TRACK TRUNK LINE. ,'. DlltKCT I.IT.K TU M.tClllt P.I.IJI. I) All through trains atop at Albany tllra, lijraeiiia. ' 1- Rocliist r a. d llurfalii (' Trains lsaveGraml Central Stii Inn, 4d sttret and 4 1 Fourtii avenue, ns follows. ,U(1 A M. Itallr. except Sundav. The famous ( ' NMJ 1.MPIIIF. STATE EM'R1S.L1M1I ED Fastest ' I train In llu'world. Due Il.itlalo at 4:1", p. M., )'' Niauara Falls fi:!l2 P. !., Toronto S:23 P. SI, This s train Is limited tn Its seating capac.tt. C.nnecta '4 nt Ullcafor Aillronilaek Slouiitninssui Montreal. 1, O.f ,T A. M -FAST MAIL. Dall-For Poughkeep- O. 'X'J s'e. Alliiny, U.len,Srrcue. Ho hrster, lliif- ' I : fain, Niagara Fslls nn I Cie elnud. . 1 n(H I A --NOITII SHOltl; I im TID, Dally- k XVI.UU 24-hour train tu Clilcai.il Ma M ciiliraucen- ft tralnulie. Due BulTalo n: m P. V , Niagara Falls ; UtniiP. St.. Chicago :00 A. 51, t arrlea sleeping l nnd drawing ronin cnr.i nlv, L- in.QI.A. SI. -DAY E.MT.kRS, except Sunday. 3 J,0J For Bunalo and all Important New York 3 point". SB 1 .flfl ' M.-SOUTllWKSTEHN LLMITED. Dally- !S I,JJ r'or Columbus, Clnrlnnr.tl. Indianapolis, and ,iB M Louis, H ops at Potiwlr iimisIc. ,s I .flfl P. Sl.-CHICAIIO SPECtAL. Dnlly-Vor De- ffl X.Uv trott. Cleveland. Totido, ,.nd Chicago. Stops IS mi Polighkeep.e anil Sclienei'tailv. E 0.J; , 1. M. 1 HOY AND ALBANY H'ECIAU ex- ,B O.Ol.f cepl httudny For Harrison's (West Point), C P" li til: eel isle, Alhitnv. nnd Thv E "T. fi,'-M bsKK SHORE I.IS1ITKD. Datly-24- ft J.ljV noiirtraln toChli-agn, M.i I. iko Miore route. fit De Clevelolnl 7 10, Toledo HIUll A St., Chicago 4 4 P. St. This trAluconnectfl nt clci land for On- ; jj1 rlnnall. due l:.V. P. SI., and ul Toledo for Nt. '(i I.nuN, due 1U:IA P. SI., duo Kansas City next 'II morning. CarrK-s sleeping and ill awlui; room cars .,1." nnlv. - (.(lfiI'.I.-VF.STEUX EXPRESS, Dally-Kor NI- ! I.UV agara Falls, Cleveland. Toledo, Detroit, Cht- f cauo, (-ineinnatl. and St. Lottl.. ,f HS " M.-NOUTIII.ItN EXPItESS. Dally-For I ).0 Tro . plattatiiirg, llurlliiutou, Montreal, and. if v Id Slillinlav lllgiila. Otlana. U 7.-in P M.-BUfFAl.O SPEC1AI tl.ltly-For Adl- if i 0J toudack Slountnlii points and Slontreal. via V AilroiidncK Dlilslo.i, and for Rwhester, nurfalo, il M.tgara Falls. Toronto. If. 9f(l P St. SP..IIAI. LIMITED MAIL. Dally if .VJKJ t.leepliig ear pH'.f.Liiitepioiil) i Forpolntann IE Full Ur.iok Rallnay. vih Lyons, nnd lor Rochester, Js BiiTnlo. Cleielaml. In ll.iiiatn.ll und si. Louis. IK 9. I r P. M.-PACiriC EXPUE-H. DsIIi -For svra- h .XO cuse. Osive.-o. Win rtuvwi. ngileusbiirg, Buf- K mi". Niagara Fall., I leielnnd, Tol-du, Chicago. "V. and, exceiit Sundas, for Cao Vincent ana the ;Mt Auburn road. ijt 19-in SWIIT MIIiNIHHT EXPRESS. Theatre (N ,LJ train for i.'hlc.igo nn.l principal poluts on y th New York Central every night except Sunday M nights. Sundaj ulghtaCiilcugu sleepers leave on it'' U:15 train. if'i mio a. SI. and -li'JH P. SI.-D.illv. except Sunday, 'l' to PlttsHeld. via Harlem Dlt Moil. jj,. OtauA.St binidayn ottlr to I'ltt-lleld and the Berk- 'P.. shire Hills. la Hi Halem IlliMou. Kl ' "ALL NlllllT" I RAINS TO YONKERS. ft! '-Allnlght'Mraliisrun i-iucn l.'i'itli st. and points 13 on the initnnm 1) vision ns far as Youkers. laconneo- Eh: tlon svlth the elevated road 'iho ouly line running ' -all night" train- out of New York. I; AVagner Palsce t-arn on all thtough tra'ua. - f Trains Iliumlnated with Piutch liglit. Tickets and Wagner ofllces at Grand Central Ata- i tlon. lia, 2111. 41 Broadway. 31 i:..rt 14th St., B4S II. BroaJway. 233 Co umbusnv,, ill Writ 15.',llist. 133th f, at. station, and Itietli st. station, Ntw York; 338 and 1 720 Fulton St. nml Kill Bloadway, E. I).. Brooklyn. II; Telephone 271(0 Thirty-eighth street " for New if. York Central Cab servec. T; Baggage checked from hotel or residence by tha 41 Westcott Expre-KCrnip ny. yj JOHN M. TOUCKY, GEORGE II. DANIELS. ffl General Slauager. General passenger Agent. & Pennsylvania STATIONS fool of West lcny-thtrd street and ''. Desbro-u?s and i'ortlaud streeta. KTThe leav Ing tlmo from Desbrosses and Cortlandt 1 -; Streeta la ten mlnuton later than that git en bolow for Twenty-third Street station. 7isu . vi. fast SI AIL Pullman nuffst Parlor I, Car New York in flushing. Sleeping Car Pltuburc 1 to Chicago. No coaches to Pittsburg. nt.1t A. ..I. FAST LINE Plttshur and Cleveland. 0I30 .. M. PI'.NN.lYI.VANIA l.ISIITl'.D.-I'nllroan Comp,irlmcut Sleeping. Dining, smoklui., and Ob- 4 sen-atloii Cars. For Chicago, Cleiclaud, Toledo, jX Clnclnuiitl. Inllanapolls. Louisville, St. Iiips. f 1 15(1 P. .11. CHICAGO AND ST. LOUIS EXPRESS. At For Nashville (via Clnc'nliatll. Chicago. St Louis. i OlSO V. M. WESTERN EXI'ltKSS.-For Clcvelind. t. Chicago. For Toll-do. except Saturday. 5 7l4 l. M. SOUTHWESfERN EXPRESS. For H 1'ittsburg. Clnclnn.'iti, Irdiananolts. St. Iiuls. N IfH ?istil..tl. PACIFIC EXPRESS. For Pittabnrg and . 4alH Chicago. Connects for Cleveland except Saturday. alaTa! MlSO 1-. .11. JIAIL AND EXPRESS. Pullman Buffet 'HTaBBBal Sleeping Car New Yoik to Altoona, East Liberty. ftBM Pittsburg, and iiolnts West, dally except Sunday. ITBM Ko coaches. fc rBBBal v.1MIIX:TO AXU Tlllt aoUTII. "'saaal 7:30. 8:20. U:20. 0:30 (DlnlngCar), 10:30 A. 51.. 12:30. , 1:30 (3:20 "Couxrenslonai Ltm.." al Parlor and KIT IHnlngCarsl, 4:20 (Dining Car). 4:30 (Dining Car). ,3f S:30P. St.. 12:03 night. Sunday. ,B:20. 0:20, 10:30 W A. II. (3:20 "Cougr silonal Llm.," all Parlor and S3 DlnlncCars). 4:20 (Dining Car). 4:30 (Dining Car), U H:30P. St.. 12:05 night. (I SOUTHERN RAILWAY. Express, 4:20 T. M 1:00 night d.ilv. ...... I ' ATLANTIC COAST LINE.-Exprcss, 9:20 A. Td. and l n:'ilip. M dad-. . K CHEfaAPEAKE AND OHIO RAILWAY.-4:80 P. H. rM FOIl'oi.D POINT COMFORT and NORFOLK. 7:30 A. fc M week davs nn I 7:10 P. SI. dally. JJ ATLANTIC clTV. 1:20 P. M. week daya (DMbrossss and Cortlandt Streets 1:10 P. SI). Through Basel JJ Parlor Car and Comblued Coach. B CAPE MAY. l:2ii P.M. week doys (Desbrosses and jR Cortlandt sts. 1:10 P. 31) . , Long Branch. Asiiury Park (Interlsken. Bunaars). ft Ocean Grovu. ant Point Pleasant (from west St. Twenty-tblnt -t. station), 8:30.11:30 A. M 0:80, IX, 4:30, 11 10 p. 31. Sundays. 0:20 A. M., 4:3n P. It, ,4; (from De.hrossea aud (-orllandt sts.), 0:10 A. 31 -8 12:10. 3:tu. 3:10,11:301'. SI. Sundays. 9:43 A. ML, . 3:13 1'.H. Si flllt Pllll.tllKI.PHIA. -fi C: tn. 7:20. 7:3(1. S:20. S:3l. 9:20 (11:30 Penna. Idm- , ; li. Itedi. u:3il (Iilulng Car), 10:50. il:50 A.M.. 12:80, vR 1 sf.o. 2:3(i. 3:50. 4:20, 4:20 (Dining Car), 4:30 (Din- v J, IngCnr'. 5:50 (Dining Cor). 7:4u. 8:30 P. II.. 12:03 -f night. VunduvH. (1:10. 7:50, K;20. 8:50. 11:20, 0:80 (Limited!, :.V. 10:30 A. SI., 1:30 (Dining Car), ft; li-Mi. 4:20 (Dining Car), 4:50 (Dining Cor), 5:50 b (Iilulng Car). 740. 8:iu P. SI.. 12:05 night. d, Ticket unices No. 4Ht. U44, U'.in. 1323. 111. and 201 I I, Broadway: 1 Astor House; West Twenty-third StreeS ' j stailon and nutlona foot of Desbrosses and Cort- , ( lanut Streets: 4 Court Street, 800 Fulton Street. 88 - Broadwav. aud Brooklyn Annex station, Brooklyni ; t Stat on. Jer, y city. The New York TratsferConv . any will call for and ch,-ck baggage from hotels 1 and rei.ldenec.-i through to destination. Teleph-ne "1274 Eighteenth street" for Penniylray . nlaRaliroa-t Cab Service. . J. B. HUTCHINSON. J. R. WOOD. General .Manager. Pen. Pasa'r Agent. , J. UEI.A1VAHE, LU'KHVlvjt WEJTBBW 'V ft it. it. A f Station. In Srs 1'ork. Toot or Barclay aa : i J f:nritipher !. ! j VESTIIlll.K Tll.tlN. PL'I.I.MAX OVTWBT n'i I'.tlll. I'l.tTSCII LIGHT. ." 7 Direct route to Newark. Hloomtleld, Montclalr. tha 1 ' Oranges, buuimlt, Bernardsvlllc, Bajking Ridge. Mad- ,i 1 Ison. Slorrlslown, Passaic. Pateraon. Boont. n. Vorer, I ( stanhope. .Newtou. Kudd'a Lake. Lake Hopatcont. J I Haekittslowii, hchooley'a Slountaln. Washington. V , Phllllwliurg, Easton. Water Gap. stroudshurg.Pooona SJJ Slouutalu, scrantou j'HtsKin.Wllkesbarro.Nanticok., '-541 Damille. Northuuilierland, Slontrose, Blnghamton, salfi Oxfonl. Norwich. Watervllie, L'tlca. Rlehlle.d Springs, r;J Cortland, Kyrarus . Oswego. Ithaca. Owego, Elmlra, i14 Corning. Bath. Dansvilic. Buffalo, and all points West, IS' Northwest, and Soulhnest. . fjiois I. M. Blughamton Mall. Stops at principal tfil stations. . . . .'iKl in i o A. ft, (Cafe car) Buffalo. Scranton. DUUT ,mt hamlon, Owego, Ithaca, Elmlra, Utlca. SyTaeuM. VIM and Oswrgi Express. Pullman bunst parlor cars, m Conneclliig nt Buffalo with trains for Chicago and -al j imluts West. . . ,p 1 lioo r. m. -Scranton. Blnghamton, and Elmlra d Express. Pullman bunet panor cars. LTJ 4iooi. l. -s-raiiton, Wilkesbarre. and Plymonta i Express pulluian buffet parlor cars. -JJ i 7iooi i. . lull Chicago Vestibule Limited E Hi prees for Scrauiou, Hliigliamton, Elmlra. Buffala. , Jj Pullman liurfet aleeplug car New York toChlcago. 3 Dining ear west of Buffalo. 'JU Niats s. .11, illally) Buffalo Express, Pallmaa H sleepers for Scranton, Ulughamtou, Elmlra. Batn, ' n Mt. Sloitl., und IliilTulo, arriving Buffalo 8 A. M. . I ln:tii I'. .11. iDallyj Buffalo, Scranton, Bingham j ton. Owego, Ithaca. Elmlra. Syracuse. Utlca, ana "- (itwegiil ipress. Pullman bullet sleeiicrs. I llckt-t and Pullmau ui-c .minudalinnaai HenryOaie I- ft sons, Ltd.. 1 1.1 Broadway, 14 IMrk place, and 430 Hroailwuy ami U42 Hro.ulway Tickets at ferry st- ff lions, 111 4lh av ,t-or. 12thst.. Ill West 145tb St., 23 t Columbus av . New York i 3lli and 723 Fulton St., and 1 ion Hrnadway. llriokl)ii. Time tables giving lull uv V foriuallon nt uli stations. M . . West.-oit's Express Company will call for and cheek t: baggage from hotel or residence to destination. nU: New York and Boston All Rail. 1 .V Y N 11. ft II. it. II. and connections. jl From Grand Central Station. p I-ave. By way of '"., ' t:iio A. SL, Sirlngll. Id and Worcester, 8:80 P. M. l(i:iin a. 51 . New ijindoiiaud Prnvldsnoe,8:00 P. SL lU.-o-l A. M Nt-v I. on. Inn ami Proildenca, 4:23 P. K. 12 11. hprlngllciil and Worcesler, 3:10 P.M. ; 1 (ill P !.. Air I.li.e and S E. It. II., (1:00 P. If. I ii-.' J' SI . New London and Providence, 7:00 P. H. j ilt.in P. M . iv 1 -idoti and Prnvldenoe. 8:00 P, U. I 4 mi P 31 . iiriu -n Id nnd Worcester, 10:00 P.M. :, p M . 'V l .ii.IniiaiidProvldince,ll:OOP.M. I II Hi p 31.. .iprlugtlrld and Worce.ter, (1:15 A.M. ' 12 on ' 31 . New Loudon ond Providence, 8:25 A. SL V Hun, dully. In 'ludlug Suudav. , I; liar siale I.Unlied. all parlor carsi fare T, la- , elii.m.'i.iil"ri-arai. f :.lr I lie Imlti it, arrives at and deparu from Park I Square nation, llostoii. Iteturn service same hour i an I bj sjiiio route. u- Inroiigh parlor und sleeping cars by each train. B i T IM.MI'brFAl'.Geu. Pass. Agent- BALTIMORE &"OHIO. f lent i New Yjr. Whitehall Trniilni.1 s-ciuthFrrry, j and I... I of l.ll.erl) lre.-l. f i.ailt -rx'-ept siiiiiii. p.inlns ... I I IP' v. 4..1HA M.'iO.ipM ar.d'IS ISnlglil. jl I'll i -ii'M'.i . l::iu t II , . '.' P SI . 12 00 P. St., . 12 I. in. hi I..IUA 31 l,lbill)al Mil) , j i in inn ri. vr. i.ori-. -iMio 31 . i5 p. m. f W .il'.r-.f'A' IIAI.llSlHltl . !' ".Id IHIiHIueri. I. n.ii '1 ililner). ' on .I'lneii .1 2fj i Diner). i. I ". !'l. i 'i 53 P. 31 . mil 12'.. ulgUt ' Nuiip .i .. I l-:l A. i ' :,i- i.i i.NMilii..Ui-lisleciei . -I SJ.I2 00P.M. Al inn'" ne Illuminated with plutsth light liltlis-a. I I . 172.201,431. 1140 lradtvay.ei EMI 14th st, Ul Uowerr, M, Y.I 83. t4 rill ton it;. Brooklyni Whltttulf Terminal. Btxs cbatkM . (rem houl er mldtaot to deittaatlea. , i -j,iif tr attiwi 'wwitxitMwn'tfau ttiMwm h'ihWiw iwt'-,wr?4s'-JM ' ' - -- i